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August 18, 2012

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Disruptivedean

I think Boingo is in a tight spot. Offering constrained, ad-supported "free" WiFi when there is an explosion of fully-open, fully-free, venue-paid WiFi almost everywhere is a tough model. And "web-only" is actually more frustrating than having none at all. The "managed offload" model for mobile operators is also looking a bit tenuous given the collapse of the spectrum-crunch hype, deployment of small cells & MNOs' own WiFi networks.

WilderInHD

Thanks for mentioning LifeSize in your post. The new UVC Multipoint actually serves as a potential replacement, not enhancement, to the traditional hardware MCU with virtualized software. At around $1500 per port MSRP, we think it can be a real game changer.

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